English and French.
|Series||European treaty series ;, no. 83|
|LC Classifications||JX626 1954.E8 no. 83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||75317730|
European Convention on the Social Protection of Farmers: Reference: ETS No Opening of the treaty: Strasbourg, 06/05/ - Treaty open for signature by the member States and for accession by non-member States Entry into Force: 17/06/ - 3 Ratifications. Summary. The Convention is also open for accession by other non-member States, provided that they have been formally invited to accede by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. The relevant provision of the European Convention on the Social Protection of Farmers - Arti paragraph 1 - . European Treaty Series-No. 83 European Convention on the Social Protection of Farmers Strasbourg, 6.V The member States of the Council of Europe, signatory hereto, Considering that the aim of the Council of Europe is to achieve greater unity between its members, in particular for the purpose of facilitating their economic and social progress;. In accordance with the provisions of Arti paragraph 1, of the European Convention on the Social Protection of Farmers, the Kingdom of the Netherlands declares that it reserves the right provided for in the Annex, points 1 and 5: Point 1. to exclude from the field of application of this Convention the following categories of persons.
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